I should start by pointing out that this project is not intended for beginner crocheters. While it is an easy project to complete, you need to be comfortable with some basic Tunisian stitches before beginning this project. This is because you will be skipping stitches and working them out of order and you will need to be able to identify a your working stitches in order to complete the braid.

With that said, you experienced Tunisian crocheters will find this to be a quick, surprisingly easy, and fun project to complete!

What you’ll need:

Yarn: Yarn: Approx. 394 yards (360 m) of a # 5 bulky yarn


Tunisian Hook : 8 mm

Regular hook: any size (this will help you braid knit stitches.

Additional materials: Scissors, & needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work). 

Notes: This is a thick winter adult scarf that measures approximately  60 x 7 inches (152 x 17 cm)

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Skill level: Advanced

Terminology: Standard US Crochet Terms

Abbreviations
CH – Chain                                     PS- Purl Stitch
KS – Knit Stitch RP – Return Pass                          FKB – Front Knit Braid BKB – Back Knit Braid

CH 21

Foundation Row: Starting in the second chain from your hook, KS into every stitch of the row. Once you’ve cast one stitch on your hook for every stitch of the chain, complete a RP.

Row 1: PS, KS, KS. PS, PS, KS 9 stitches, PS, PS, KS, KS, PS, KS into the last stitch of the row. Complete a RP. 

Row 2: PS, KS, KS. PS, PS, FKB, PS, PS, KS, KS, PS, KS into the last stitch of the row. Complete a RP.  

Row 3: PS, KS, KS. PS, PS, KS 9 stitches in the order in which the near your hook, PS, PS, KS, KS, PS, KS into the last stitch of the row. Complete a RP. 

Row 4: PS, KS, KS. PS, PS, BKB, PS, PS, KS, KS, PS, KS into the last stitch of the row. Complete a RP.  

Row 5: PS, KS, KS. PS, PS, KS 9 stitches in the order in which the near your hook, PS, PS, KS, KS, PS, KS into the last stitch of the row. Complete a RP. 

Repeat rows 2 through 5 until you reach the desired length you want for your scarf.

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